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Davies is a finalist for 2016 Bank of America Award for Teaching Excellence

Professor of mechanical engineering and engineering science Matthew Davies is one of five finalists for the 2016 Bank of American Award for Teaching Excellence, one of UNC Charlotte’s highest accolades.

Wells Fargo gift will support UNC Charlotte dance project

The Wells Fargo Foundation is sponsoring a unique project led by the UNC Charlotte Department of Dance. “Tracing Modern Dance” is centered on the reconstruction of “Tracer,” a lost work by modern dance choreographer Paul Taylor. This project will include the first-ever reconstruction residency by the Paul Taylor 2 Dance Company and the first local performances of the Paul Taylor Dance Company in 15 years.

Workshops give Charlotte parents a leg up on literacy

The laughter fell in waves at Windsor Park Elementary on a recent balmy summer night. A light moment would arise and a shower of laughs would fall across the school library; seconds later, its translation would send a second volley tumbling down. Roughly half of the 25 parents in attendance spoke English, the others Spanish, all of them were here to learn how to help their child improve as a reader.

Enrollment management official accepts ‘Model of Excellence’ Award

Sheri Rice, business and planning officer in enrollment management, formally accepted the University Business magazine’s Model of Excellence Award for UNC Charlotte’s 49er Finish Program.

J.D. Solomon, editorial director of University Business, presented the honor during the annual meeting of the National Association of College and University Business Officers, held in Toronto.

Blanchard among finalists for 2016 Bank of America Award for Teaching Excellence

Anita Blanchard, associate professor of psychology and organization science, is among the five finalists for one of UNC Charlotte’s highest honors – the Bank of America Award for Teaching Excellence.

New students participate in Day of Convocation

Incoming freshmen and transfer students were welcomed as newest members of Niner Nation during Day of Convocation on Monday, Aug. 22.

University leaders and faculty, who were dressed in their regalia, joined them in Halton Arena for a program planned to introduce the new students to the University’s history, mission, values and expectations.

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Staff Council

The UNC Charlotte Staff Council was established to create and provide a more harmonious working environment for the staff of the University.

The Staff Council will meet at 9 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 14, in Cone University Center, Room 112.

The annual Staff Council Fall Festival will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 11, in the Barnhardt Student Activity Center. There are four contests for this year’s event, which will feature free food and beverages, cake walk, selfie photo booth, live music, games and giveaways.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Human Resources
Employees and family members, age 4 and older, who are covered by the State Health Plan, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) or other eligible plans can participate - See more at: https://inside.uncc.edu/notices/second-flu-shot-clinic-scheduled-nov-4#sthash.68gFOUYP.dpufUniversity welcomes new employeesUniversity welcomes new employeesHuman resources conducting FLSA exemption review

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Faculty Council

The Faculty Council is a policy making and consultative body, responsible for the quality of instruction and scholarship at the University.

The council's next meeting will be at 12:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15, in Cameron Hall, Room 101.